Shouldn't all the factions have their finalists decided since the tenth has passed?
I don't believe I have Garheim's finalists... unless I've missed them somewhere... Once I have them I'll set up the rest of the voting threads. All Lego Scene voting thread is already up.
Nah, I haven't posted them. I was waiting till Don posted yours, b/c obviously the best wait till last . Or I was just lazy . Anyway, here they are: Bignette: Gunnarr Leidolf 's Fires of Industry firesofindustry
Post by Lord Silver on Aug 27, 2017 16:08:12 GMT -8
UPDATE: After setting up the voting threads, I found that Gunnarr Leidolf had posted his entries in our faction thread but not the GC thread. SO, here they are: Bignette firesofindustry by Anthony Ochoa, on Flickr Unrestricted Battleintheruins by Anthony Ochoa, on Flickr This puts the Combined Roawian Forces ahead by 5 points. The reason for only 5 points is because one bignette was counted twice, so I'm just adding the unres points. I know, I know, everyone is gonna be dissappointed that there's no tie.
Post by Lord Silver on Aug 15, 2017 14:14:18 GMT -8
As we (thoroughly) discussed at BFVA 17, I would love to do a collab. I definitely agree that fantasy and not LoR specific is better for it, as it allows for more things (more magic, black powder/gunpowder, etc). And of course, it's never too early to start.
Post by Lord Silver on Aug 12, 2017 7:44:57 GMT -8
I'd be very interested in either set. However, having both sets currently built on my desk right now, I'm leaning towards the Master Falls set.
First, it has more different pieces that would appeal to castle and fantasy builders. The Atlantis set has more of each type, but less types, if you get what I'm saying. I feel that like if we drafted Atlantis, 3 or 4 people would get the best pieces first, and then the next get not as good pieces, whilst Master Falls has more diversity of pieces. On the other hand, Atlantis has more minifgs than Master Falls. Overall, though, I think Master Falls would make for a better draft. Just my 2 cents (or maybe a bit more).
Post by Lord Silver on Aug 10, 2017 14:28:13 GMT -8
Garheim/Restricted/The Industrious Motherland - The Silent Hunters' Trading Post In the far north of Garheim, an old watchtower has been rebuilt as a trading post. Run by The Silent Hunters, namely Lord Meric Deerstalker, this post services many Garhim commoners for food, hides, tools, and other necessities, as well as providing a watch on the mountain passes to the North.